Pencil sometimes works, sometimes not so much. Maybe it's the wetness
of the lumber; I dunno. Laying down tape first is too much bother.
Permanent marker is a little too conspicuous, and often a little fat.
I'm considering scoring the wood with a razor to serve as a marker.
Any tips for easily making marks on wet, pressure-treated lumber?
Normally when I buy wet PT lumber, I let it dry first. Just dont lay
it in the sun or it will warp. It dont take long to dry if you leave
each piece away from the others. Put a few boards or bricks on the
lawn under a tree and lay them separately across them. (of course
this only works in dry weather).
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